Interesting news today. Here’s the WSJ Editorial Board’s take:
The Treasury and Federal Reserve stepped in late Sunday to contain the financial damage from Friday’s closure of Silicon Valley Bank, guaranteeing even uninsured deposits and offering loans to other banks so they don’t have to take losses on their fixed-income assets.
This is a de facto bailout of the banking system, even as regulators and Biden officials have been telling us that the economy is great and there was nothing to worry about. The unpleasant truth—which Washington will never admit—is that SVB’s failure is the bill coming due for years of monetary and regulatory mistakes.
Wall Street and Silicon Valley were in full panic over the weekend demanding that the Treasury and Fed intervene to save the day. It’s revealing to see who can keep a cool head in a crisis—and it wasn’t billionaire hedge-fund operator Bill Ackman or venture investor David Sacks, both frantic panic spreaders.
The Democrats, the RINOs, and the media are all in with every piece of fiction since at least 2016.
Update: Glenn Beck interviews Tucker Carlson.
A fascinating interview with Richard Werner.
In this cartoon, the drone operator incinerating a U.S. citizen is the *good guy*
It’s very easy to be black-pilled and negative about everything these days but does Bret Weinstein make some good points?
This video recently appeared in my YouTube feed and I wanted to share it.
Here’s the most liked comment of all:
When former Navy Seal, Dan Crenshaw, first came to public attention, I was very impressed with him. How incredibly disappointing he has been.
It’s technically a day late, but you’re invited to share your predictions in the comments.
I realize that not everyone is a fan of Tulsi Gabbard, accusing her of being an opportunist. Similarly, some accuse Tucker Carlson of being controlled opposition. I don’t trust any media or political figure wholeheartedly; think “skeptical optimist”. But when a person says things that resonate with me, I do appreciate them.
Here’s a discussion between these two, which was published Tuesday morning.